Millet, Oronigue

Mali food
Millet is dumpling with oat and water. Oronigue is drained baobab leafs and salt. Eat them as that put a part of millet to oronigue sause. Dogon tribes eat baobab , its seeds and its leaves as daily food.

Punun or Pulon

Mali food
I tried it in Dogon village. It is the fermented drink which is made from some grains and water. It is sourly, no sweety, is like yogurt beverage.

Kinkeliba

Mali food
Kinkeliba (also Kenkeliba or Kinkiliba) is a term for a sort of tree in West Africa, its binomial name is Combretum micranthum. The plant is used to make an herbal tea called Kinkeliba as well, and it is now consumed in many West African countries. The color is black, and added sugar to taste.

Cafe au lait

Mali food
There are plenty numbers of street tea house which sell cafe au lait. Put 3 to 5 soup spoons of Condensed milk and half teaspoons of instant coffee into a grass cup then fill hot water. Mix well when drink. Good taste!

Junebelle

Mali food
Street venders sell small sorbet in plastic bags. red: Dabreni (Hibiscus juice), white: Nono (Youghrt) or Coco (coconut juice). Yelloish white: Nyama (ginger juice), Orange: Aji(orange juice), black: Tomidji(coca cola).

Momi

Mali food
So sweet! It is natural and small pan cake which is made on the street. Sometimes they put hot sause on them.

Malo (or Riz), Sakasaka

Mali food
Malo is plain rice, Riz in French. Sakasaka is a vegetable soup with green onion and maggy stock. You see red piment in this photo, it is something hot, is called piment in Mali.

Omelette Sandwich

Mali food
There are numerous street venders who sell this sandwich. 1. Put egg, cut onion and consomee powder into grass, 2. Put a lid then shake well, 3. Fry, 4.Cut French baguette during 3, 4. Make sandwich with 3 and 4. You should miss soon after finish to eat!! Delicious!!

Manani

Mali food
Manani is congee/porridge prepared with a kind of local grain, consumed in west Africa. It is mostly sweetend with sugar. People are familiar with it, in particular as breakfast.